Shorting Out the Myths of Solar Power Electronics: What Fits and What Fails

Central and string inverters from players like SMA and Fronius have dominated the solar inverter landscape in recent years. However, the success of Enphase’s microinverters has given way to a near-revolution in the solar power electronics industry. Several start-ups emerged from stealth mode in 2010...

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